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1hBrett Okamoto

Rampage to fight Saturday after winning appeal

Quinton "Rampage" Jackson has won an emergency appeal of an injunction in the New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division, which will allow him to compete at UFC 186 on Saturday in Montreal.

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3hMichael Wallace

Batum apologizes for anti-Spanish message

Blazers forward Nicolas Batum has apologized for his role in a team motivational message that included an inflammatory remark about Spanish players, which was perceived as a shot at Marc Gasol.

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6hChad Ford

Ford: 2015 Mock Draft 4.0

Wolves select UK's Towns No. 1 in Chad Ford's projection of 2015 NBA draft

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Draft Academy: Winston meets with Jim Harbaugh

On Draft Academy's latest episode, former Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston heads to Ann Arbor in the days leading up to the NFL combine to meet with Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, who helps prepare Winston for the team meetings in Indianapolis.

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Are Islanders fans crossing the line?

Katie Strang discusses the atmosphere inside Nassau Coliseum and the reported vandalism after Sunday's game between the Islanders and Capitals, and how arena staffers will ensure no further incidents take place.

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3hKevin Arnovitz

Hawks' Budenholzer named coach of the year

Mike Budenholzer has been named the NBA's Coach of the Year after guiding the Atlanta Hawks to the league's second-best record and the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

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Chicago sticks with Darling for Game 4
NHL 

Rookie Scott Darling gets his second straight start in goal for the Blackhawks, who will attempt to send the Predators to their fifth straight road playoff loss. Darling has stopped 77 of the 79 shots he has faced this series, which Chicago leads 2-1. Follow live

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NHL 

Dirk unhappy with Dallas' defense
NBA 

James Harden scored just 24 points in a Game 1 Houston win, but his teammates crushed the Mavs. "It's just too easy [for them]," Dirk Nowitzki said. Another night of balance could leave the Mavs down 0-2. Follow live

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NBA 

Celtics unable to pull off the upset
NBA 

When in doubt, call on Tristan Thompson. The Canadian big man came in during the clutch and grabbed two huge offensive boards to secure the Cavs' 99-91 win over the Celtics. LeBron James finished with 30 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter. Box score

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NBA 

Visnovsky not out to start 3rd

Tom Wilson delivered a huge hit on Lubomir Visnovsky on the end-boards, forcing Visnovsky to the trainer’s room during the 2nd period. Visnovsky was also part of a big collision in Sunday’s Game 3.

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LeBron & Kyrie had taken the Cavs' last 9 shots before J.R. Smith's attempt at the :43 mark (only Cavs w/ pts in 4th qtr - LBJ 15, Kyrie 9)

Notable game: Week 17
NFL 

Patriots at Dolphins on January 3. The Patriots are 1-4 in Miami in December/January under Tom Brady & Bill Belichick. Defending champs' 2015 schedule

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Russillo @ryenarussillo

Cleveland knows they are better, so they get sloppy. Celts keep cutting/rotating hard. LeBron shouldn't be tired, doesn't have to defend.

Pesky Celtics fouling up Cavs' plans

There are plenty of whistles against both sides late in the fourth quarter in Cleveland, but they're playing through the stagnation. LeBron James is going to work in the post, and the Cavs have the Celtics at bay with just more than 2 minutes remaining. Follow live

Angels GM: No dates for Hamilton return
MLB 

Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Josh Hamilton, who reported a substance abuse relapse in February, will report to extended spring training "this week," but GM Jerry Dipoto refuted Scioscia's comments, saying no date has been set.

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MLB 

Are you ready for some football?
NFL 

Ya know, a Monday night party? Here's ESPN's slate of Monday Night Football games in 2015.

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NFL 

Second quarter charge has Wiz ahead

Don't adjust your electronic devices -- Washington scored 34 points in the second, in large part thanks to a 13-0 run near the end of the period, to take an 11-point lead over the Raptors. John Wall (12 points, 10 assists) already has a double-double. Follow live

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Detroit doubles advantage in 3rd

Justin Abdelkader found Riley Sheahan slicing in front of the net on the power play and Sheahan put it past Ben Bishop to give the Red Wings a 2-0 lead with 13:17 remaining in the third. Follow live

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NFL on ESPN @ESPNNFL

More players facing their former team: -Golden Tate returns to SEA WK 4 -Andre Johnson returns to HOU WK 5 -Dwayne Bowe returns to KC WK 16

Field Yates @FieldYates

Week 13 will be the first game - pro or college - Chip Kelly will coach in New England since departing UNH after 2006 season.

Zach Randolph offers unique trash talk
NBA 

Portland's LaMarcus Aldridge says there's no one quite like Randolph. "He's really good at getting you talking and saying things like, "I was in Portland this summer and it was nice,' and then you let up and think, 'Yeah, it was nice,' and then he just drives past you and gets a basket," Aldridge told The Oregonian.

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NBA 

NFL Schedule Release Special is live
NFL 

Tune in to SportsCenter and see when your team will play each game in 2015. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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NFL 

Boston Celtics @celtics

The Celtics fell behind by 14 but are back within striking distance at 81-77. Isaiah Thomas is up to 16 pts. There's 8:46 left on the clock.